Ullswater Steamers (England) Reviews
Description:Ullswater ‘Steamers’ is an award winning Lake District attraction celebrating their 150th year sailing on England’s ... more
Ullswater Steamers (England) ... most beautiful lake. Currently we have four vessels operating on lake cruises on Ullswater; Lady of the Lake originally launched in 1877 and Raven in 1889. Lady Dorothy joined us in 2001 and Lady Wakefield in 2007.
Newest Review: ... walk back along the lake shore should expect to pay around £5.50 per adult and £2.75 per child, or if you would rather buy a return route and take the steamer both ways prices are £8.80 for adults and £4.40 for children. For those looking to enjoy more time on the water, 'Freedom of the Lake Passes' can be purchased at £12.00 for adults and £6.00 for children. Family tickets are also ... more
Customer Ullswater Steamers (England) Reviews (1)
by - written on 21/10/09 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Mountains are not what you would describe as a specialist interest. There are very few people in the world who do not enjoy the beautiful scenery that the mountain landscape provides - but there are many who are unwilling or unable to trek for miles in order to experience it. There is a lot to be said, therefore, for a service such as the Ullswater Steamers that allows people of every age and fitness to see mountain scenery at its best. What are the Ullswater Steamers? The Ullswater steamers currently consist of four boats: - Lady of the Lake, first launched in 1877. - Raven, first launched in 1889. - Lady Dorothy, launched in ... Read the complete review
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